Compiled by C. ARUNO and R. ARAVINTHAN
KENNETH Ma (pic) has shown that he is a magnanimous person. He was not angry with singer Andy Hui – the man whom his former girlfriend had cheated on him with.
In fact, he even wished Hui all the best in making a comeback to the music scene, China Press reported.
“I’ve never been angry and was not angry at Jacqueline (Wong).
“I got over my anger quickly, ” the actor said recently when asked about Hui’s upcoming performance.
Hui, 52, has not been in action after being caught in a scandal with actress Jacqueline Wong in April last year.
He made his first appearance on ViuTV’s music programme Chill Club on Monday.
Ma, who broke up with Wong shortly after the scandal came to light, wished her success in returning to the TV industry.
“I hope Andy can make a fresh comeback and that Jacqueline can have a new start. I don’t know how she is right now, but I hope she can find new love and reach greater heights in her career, ” he said.
Wong made a public apology last year and went on self-imposed exile in the United States before returning to Hong Kong in December.
> The daily also reported that Malaysian singer Fish Leong chose to spend her first birthday alone following her divorce.
Having turned 42 on June 16, Leong, who hails from Bahau, Negri Sembilan, posted on Instagram that she spent her birthday alone cycling and basking under the sun.
“My birthday wish is for health and for everyone to be filled with happiness.
“Happiness is found in the present, through spiritual development, the growth in wisdom and our love for the environment, ” she wrote.
Leong, who is known to have many friends, celebrated her birthday with them several days earlier but chose to instead spend the actual day in solitude.
Along with a post were two pictures of herself, a bicycle and a video of her performing a rendition of the song If, which was written by American singer-songwriter David Gates in 1971.
Many fans took to Instagram to wish her happy birthday and hoped she would get over her divorce soon.
The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.
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